MHz Worldview & MHz International Mystery Return to LA on KLCS, November 1
October 21, 2013 --
FALLS CHURCH, VA -- (Marketwired) -- 10/21/13 -- MHz Worldview launches on KLCS digital broadcast channel 58.4 in the Los Angeles area on November 1.
KLCS reflects the diverse interests of the communities of Greater Los Angeles by providing relevant, newsworthy, educational, instructional and entertaining program content via multiple media platforms.
KLCS addresses the educational and informational needs of schools and the community to ensure a well-informed citizenry that is engaged in the betterment of society.
KLCS serves the communities of Greater Los Angeles and all of Southern California, over 16 million households, with a 'continuing mission to provide programs and services that represent and enrich our City.'
MHz Worldview, MHz Networks national channel, brings programming to globally-minded audiences in the U.S. through broadcast and cable affiliates, as well as satellite and features programs from around the world, authentic, direct from the source and in English, including content from premier international news broadcasters and programming distributors.
MHz International Mystery on MHz Worldview brings viewers the best of international crime dramas with English subtitles. The November schedule features: Sebastian Bergman (Sweden), Don Matteo (Italy), Detective Montalbano (Italy), Crime Stories (Germany), East West 101 (Australia), Braquo (France), Kennedy's Brain (Germany), Arne Dahl (Sweden), and Cesare Mori (Italy). MHz International Mystery is a MHz exclusive and only available in Los Angeles from KLCS.
Frederick Thomas, MHz Networks Founder and Chief Executive, says, "We're happy to return world programming back to LA. I hope the fans of MHz will thank KLCS for stepping in to fulfill the wishes of the L.A. community."
KLCS joins a wide listing of MHz affiliates throughout the U.S. MHz Worldview is available in over half the top-20 U.S. television markets -- more than 40 million households -- through broadcast/cable affiliates in: Chicago, IL- WYCC; San Francisco, CA- KCSM; Washington, DC- WNVC/MHz Networks; Tacoma-Seattle, WA- KBTC; Cleveland/Akron/Youngstown, OH- WNEO/WEAO; Minneapolis, MN- MPS Cable; Denver, CO- KBDI; Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne, FL- WDSC; Charlotte, NC- WTVI; Nashville, TN- WNPT; Salt Lake City, UT- UEN (statewide); Grand Rapids/ Kalamazoo/Battle Creek, MI- WGVU; Spokane/Yakima, WA- KWSU; New Orleans, LA- WLAE; Las Vegas, NV- Vegas PBS; Richmond, VA- WCVE; Flint, MI- WDCQ; Charleston, IL- WEIU; Plattsburgh, NY- Mountain Lake PBS (WCFE); Lansing, MI- LCC TV; Moline, IL (Quad Cities)- WQPT; Warrensburg, MO- KMOS; Topeka, KS- KTWU; Rochester-Austin, MN- KSMQ; Athens, OH- WOUB; Charlottesville, VA- WHTJ; St. Paul, MN- St. Paul Neighborhood Network; Stanford, CA- Stanford University Cable, as well as nationally via DirecTV.
Additional affiliates are on schedule to launch throughout the country.
As a complement to broadcast, cable and satellite distribution throughout the U.S., MHz Worldview content is available on mobile (iOS and Android phone and tablet apps), broadband (Roku digital video player) over the top TV (Google TV), VOD and innovative MHz Networks Home Entertainment DVD collections at www.mhznetworks.org, as well as an expanded interactive presence (Amazon Instant Video, Hulu, etc).
About MHz Networks
MHz Networks is an independent, non-commercial television broadcaster delivering international educational programming and providing diverse cultural perspectives for a globally-minded audience.
MHz Networks broadcasts 12 distinct international television networks in the D.C. area including: MHz Worldview DC, NHK World TV, CCTV, RT, Al Jazeera English, CCTV Documentary, France 24, RT Espanol, Arirang TV, ETV, VTV America and MHz Worldview national. The channels are also carried by the region's cable systems.
MHz Worldview, MHz Networks flagship channel, presents fresh, relevant English-language international content including news, documentaries, cultural programming, dramas, films and mysteries, music and sports and features programs from around the world in more than 20 different languages. MHz Worldview is available locally in the Washington D.C. metro area as MHz Networks 1 via digital terrestrial broadcast, Comcast, Cox, RCN cable and Verizon FiOS. The channel is also available locally via DirecTV and Dish Network.
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